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Zygmunt Kukla is a Polish conductor, arranger and composer. He graduated from the Department of Jazz and Popular Music at the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice. From 1991 to 1996 he was the conductor of Janusz Józefowicz’s Metro musical. In 1989 he founded Kukla Band orchestra, with which he concerts in popular Polish TV shows, festivals and galas. Repeatedly, Kukla held the function of musical director of greatest Polish festivals and in TV series Twoja twarz brzmi znajomo.

Zygmunt Kukla was a Polish footballer. During his club career he played for Stal Mielec and Apollon Athens.

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